Leon is an open-source personal assistant who can live on your server.
He does stuff when you ask him to.
You can talk to him and he can talk to you. You can also text him and he can also text you. If you want to, Leon can communicate with you by being offline to protect your privacy.
You can think of him as a second brain.
Leon is still pretty young today. If you wish, you can help by contributing ❤️
A video is available here.
- As developers (or not), we love creating things, even more when those things can help in our daily life. So instead of building a dedicated project for each of those things, Leon can help us with his packages/modules (skills) structure. We believe it's better than keeping your awesome ideas in backlog forever, right?
- With this generic structure, everyone can create their own modules and share them. Therefore there is only one core (to rule them all).
- Leon uses AI concepts, which is cool.
- Privacy matters, you can configure Leon to talk with him offline. You can already interact with him without any third party services.
- Last but not least: open source is great.
Gitpod will automatically setup an environment and run an instance for you.
- Node.js >= 14
- npm >= 5
npm is the packages manager of Node.js, Leon needs it for his core's dependencies tree.
- Python >= 3
Today, Leon's modules are only written in Python.
- Pipenv >= 2020.11.15
Pipenv allows Leon's modules to be executed in a dedicated environment. It also embeds a Python packages manager for the dependencies tree of his modules.
- Supported OSes: Linux, macOS and Windows
Should we explain that one? :)
You can read the How To section to install these prerequisites.
- Git (stable)
- Git (dev)
- Release archive
master branch is actually used as a snapshot of the latest release:
develop branch is the default one, this is where the latest changes are merged. Which means on this branch you will get the latest changes in advance but be aware that it will not be as stable as the
You can download the latest release by following this link.
Now you can install:
Please ensure the whole setup went well with the following command:
This command gives you a report about how much Leon is installed/configured. Do not worry if you have some warnings in the report, this is because you probably did not configure Leon yet.
If the report mentions that Leon can run correctly, then you can build and start Leon:
You can also use Docker to install and run Leon:
Basically on that level you can already communicate with him by text and ask him to do things.
To see what he can do, please refer to the packages list.